Adolf Hitler in Prague, Czechoslovakia.
European History

The Munich Pact: Victory or Defeat for the West?

April 27, 2021

On September 29, 1938, Neville Chamberlain, Edouard Daladier of France, Mussolini, and Hitler met in the Führerbau, the Führer’s offices in Munich, for a conference that resulted in the Munich Pact and decided the fate of Czechoslovakia. […]

Adolf Hitler and members of the Nazi party in Vienna.
European History

The Aftermath of the “Anschluss”

April 27, 2021

For diplomats in Europe—and all over the world—concern grew over the summer of 1938 that something would lead to a German invasion, and then this would be the start of a second world war. […]

The letter tiles making up the word Anti Semitism.
European History

The Nazi Propaganda and Racial Policy

April 9, 2021

One of the controversies surrounding the racial policy before the Holocaust is, whether the Nazis were acting according to some sort of game plan devised by Hitler. […]

The flag of Nazi Germany in 1933.
European History

The Totalitarian Regime of the Nazis

March 29, 2021

The Nazis could not win majority votes in the March 1933 elections. Nonetheless, they tried every possible means to establish dictatorship in Germany. And they succeeded. […]

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